Three reasons for that.
1) Subaru's are seen as much more "upscale" in the Philippines, hence justifying its price point.
2) It comes in automatic.
3) There is not much of a "cost advantage" from driving a 2.5i since the lowest octane you can buy (for the capital city at least) in the Philippines is 93...
And there could be a fair amount of diesels in that picture, which I can only wish we got here in North America.
What a shame my home city has such a great car culture with all the JDM parts you could ever wish for but also possesses such a shitty network of infrastructure which makes driving there a PITA lol.
Last edited by DeltaSniper; 01-24-2013 at 11:37 PM..